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    cIOS 36 Rev 9

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    is it a wad file thx

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    thanks for USB Loader

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    Thanks 4 this

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    okay, sorry for the noob question, but once unzipped I only have a .dol file.

    Where do I put this on my SD Card and how do I execute it using wadmanager/custom WM?

    The other thing is, I purchased PES2009 before installing the HBC and have my console set to 3.2E with starfall, and after some googling found the wads that allowed me to run the game via the disc channel. I also was able to run a backup of madworld problem free via the gamma loader with 002 error fix so do I really need this file any way?

    EDIT : Would I be right in saying that I should just put the file straight into cIOS installer and running it from there?
    Last edited by curdstar; 04-01-2009 at 10:51 AM.

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    Rename "cIOS36_rev9-installer.dol" to boot.dol. Make a folder and name it cIOS36_rev9-installer and put the the boot.dol file into it. Move this folder into the apps folder on your sd card and it will be in hte list of things in the homebrew channel. Load it and when do the Network Install, you will be able to choose this option before it installs.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JesterGrafix View Post
    Rename "cIOS36_rev9-installer.dol" to boot.dol. Make a folder and name it cIOS36_rev9-installer and put the the boot.dol file into it. Move this folder into the apps folder on your sd card and it will be in hte list of things in the homebrew channel. Load it and when do the Network Install, you will be able to choose this option before it installs.
    Thanks for your help. Very much appreciated.

    I am a bit of a noob to all this!

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    No worries, we all start somewhere

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    What exactly does this CIOS do besides enable USB Loader? (AWESOME app by the way, I freaked out when I saw it!)

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    Here's something else you can add to the app folder. Open notepad, make sure you can see file extensions through your folder options. Open the new text file and paste this in there:
    Code:
    <?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8" standalone="yes"?>
    <app version="1">
    	<name>Name of the application</name>
    	<version>Version of the program</version>
            <release_date>200806040000</release_date>
    	<coder>Waninkoko</coder>
    	<short_description>Self Explanitory</short_description>
    	<long_description>  </long_description>
    </app>
    Rename the file as meta.xml Viola..you have file explanation for the app. Kind of golly fluff. But it's nicer than no information. If you have Adobe Dreamweaver, you can open the file there, edit and save somewhere else. I just wish I knew the op codes for the processor or what lines in this xml file syntax the homebrew channel can read.

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